Nicole Saladino PT, DPT, OCS
- Doctorate of Physical Therapy, NYIT, 2012
- Orthopedic Specialist (OCS)
Physical therapy has been my passion as early as high school where I took a course on the anatomy of the muscles and bones. I
loved learning about the structure and function of the human body. In college I studied biology/life science with the intent of applying to
the graduate program in Physical Therapy. I found out I had been accepted to the combined program, 3 years undergraduate and 3
years graduate, allowing me to graduate and begin my career 1 year early. When i had successfully completed the program and
passed the license exam, I decided to further my education in the field of Orthopedics. I underwent a residency at NYU to specialize in
Orthopedic Physical Therapy.
Frank Bertelle, DPT
- Doctoral Degree, Physical Therapy, Touro College
- Bachelor's Degree, Psychology, St. John's University
Frank graduated St. John's University with a Bachelor's in Psychology and Touro College with a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. He has a strong interest in sports and orthopedic rehabilitation inlcuding post-operative, return to play and sports-specific rehabilitation.
Tyler S. Rosenberg, PT, DPT
- Doctoral Degree, Physical Therapy, Russell Sage College
- Physical Therapy
- Sports-related injuries
Dr. Tyler S. Rosenberg, PT, DPT, GTS is a long island native, who grew up in Commack, NY. Dr. Rosenberg received his Doctor of Physical Therapy at the School of Health Sciences at The Sage Colleges, in May of 2019. Dr. Rosenberg received his Undergraduate Degree in Psychology with a Minor in Biology at the State University of New York at the College at Oneonta. Dr. Rosenberg currently treats at the Great Neck, NY location of Professional Physical Therapy. He has experience treating Orthopedic and Sports conditions ranging from both non-operative and post-operative conditions. He has taken advanced courses in the McKenize Method and is a Graston Technique Specialist. He believes in providing a personalized approach with every patient in order to improve/restore impairments related to overall function.